Victoria Wine Country, Vineyards , Wine Tours ...

  • 12 Acres Winery: It's a little off the beaten track, but is well worth the trip. The tiny winery is an oasis set in the gold and ironbark hills of Bailieston, midway between Nagambie and Rushworth. Not far is the Rushworth State Forest, the historic Balaclava open cut mine and Whroo Cemetery.

  • Bendigo Wine Region: The Bendigo Wine Region's wineries and vineyards boast a proud history of producing top-quality wines. Located a comfortable 90 minute drive North from Melbourne along the Calder or McIvor Highways, extending from Heathcote in the East to Kingower in the West and South to Harcourt.

  • Blue Pyrenees Estate: Set in the beautiful natural surroundings with extensive landscaped gardens the Estate is a "must visit" location. The winery features tours of the "cave", the underground cellars, a wine tasting centre, superb lunches on weekends and public holidays, picnic facilities, art displays and a shaded Petanque Piste. The winery produces four different wine ranges - Blue Pyrenees Estate Reserve Wines, Blue Pyrenees Varietal Wines, Leydens Vale and Fiddlers Creek. If you travel west from Melbourne through the historic town of Ballarat and then continue for another 70 kilometers along the Sunraysia Highway you will arrive at the sleepy little town of Avoca.

  • Brandy Creek Wines and View Café: Nestled into the evergreen undulating hills, just to the north of Warragul and Drouin, is Brandy Creek Wines and View Café, West Gippsland’s premier wine, food and function destination. Here in the relaxed atmosphere of the beautifully appointed café or on the well protected alfresco patio, you can enjoy Brandy Creek’s premium cool climate wines, including Tempranillo and Sparkling Pinot Gris. Share many of our tasty Tapas dishes with family or friends and take in the stunning views over the vineyard, olive grove and neighbouring farms out to the Baw Baw ranges.

  • Brown Brothers: Brown Brothers produces the largest range of varietal wines in Australia. Over many years of study they have identified the ideal growing sites for different varieties among the extraordinarily diverse climatic conditions of the King Valley. They have developed pioneering techniques in winemaking with the Kindergarten winery, a research and development facility exploring new processes and re-assessing traditional methods.

  • Coldstream Hills: Situated in the cool and beautiful Yarra Valley, about one hour's drive east of Melbourne, its steep, close-planted vineyards have become a signature of the region. So too have its wines (most notably Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs) which reflect a climate cooler than Bordeaux and a little warmer than Burgundy

  • Diamond Valley Vineyards: Since the first release in 1982, Diamond Valley Vineyards has enjoyed outstanding acclaim for its wines, amassing a tally of medals quite out of proportion to its tiny size, and justifying the Lances' insistence on Quality before Quantity. The hillside vineyard in Melbourne's Yarra Valley is blessed with pure air, bathed in sunlight and is a haven for kangaroos and native birds.

  • Eldridge Estate: Situated in the Mornington Peninsula region of the Port Phillip geographical zone of grape growing within Victoria, Australia. A very picturesque site that has superb views of the valley and hills behind the vineyard and winery. The vineyard has an altitude of 135 metres at a latitude of 38 22.27 and the soil is a rich terra rosa volcanic loam on a north facing slope.

  • Five Oaks Vineyard: The Five Oaks winery and vineyard is only 50 kilometres from the centre of Melbourne. It is located among the lush, rolling hills in the cooler southern tip of the Yarra Valley. The vineyard slopes gently westward, overlooking cherry and stone fruit orchards, with Mt Dandenong in the background.

  • Hanging Rock Winery: Hanging Rock Winery is located just north of the famous Hanging Rock landmark, only one hour's drive from Melbourne in The Macedon Ranges Wine region of Victoria, Australia.

  • Taltarni Vineyards: Taltarni Vineyards are located 225km northwest of Melbourne within the Pyrenees region of Victoria. The vineyards at Taltarni are well located, having the benefit of splendid exposure, Mediterranean climate, gravelly quartz and clay soil, 420 metres above sea and perfectly adapted to the production of outstanding wines.

  • Victoria Winery Tours: We have designed a number of special tours to enable you to experience the best things in life - good food, fine wine and the Victorian countryside. Whatever your passion is, combine it with a glass of wine and it makes a perfect day. All our tours are small group tours, with a minimum of two passengers and a maximum of eight passengers per vehicle, with a flexible itinerary. We feel the best way to enjoy the countryside, food and wine is with a small group and in a luxury, air-conditioned mini-bus. Of course, if you have a larger group, please let us give you a quote for a separate tour.

  • Yarra Valley Winery Tours: Yarra Valley Winery Tours invites you to experience the best food and wine of the Yarra Valley. Yarra Valley Winery Tours was established in 1992 and is located in the Yarra Valley region. We take you to iconic or boutique wineries with local driver/guides. The Yarra Valley, one hour east of Melbourne, is recognised for its world class, cool climate wineries located in the valley floor surrounded by the panoramic mountains of the Great Dividing Ranges.